Introducing… DUN DUN DUN DUUUUNNNNN…. Tramp Stamps!
What you think you know and maybe what should know? We have it all! The culture around tramp stamp tattoos has widely evolved over time. Love it or hate it, it is a big part of the past and even a current part of present time.
Gone are the days when tattoos were reserved for pirates & sailors. Tats have differed from culture to culture over time. Research has shown that the purpose of tattoos came from Egypt during the time the pyramids were built, although many believe they started much earlier. Egyptians were believed to use tattoos to mark their slaves & peasants. In New Zealand, men received tattoos on their face, legs, and buttocks not only to symbolize status and rank but to make themselves more attractive to women. Tattoos were also showing up in the western regions but weren’t very accepted at the time. Since the early 1900s, there’s been a surge in the practice of tattooing for both men and women. Permanent body ink is no longer just a way to signify cultural identity or show gang affiliation, tattoos are also widely used for self-expression. Whether displayed openly or kept in the most intimate parts of the body.
Let’s Talk Tramp Stamps
A “tramp stamp” is a tattoo strategically placed on the lower back, just above the butt, of a woman. There’s a societal perception that a woman with a tattoo in this part of her body is also sexually promiscuous. According to Urban Dictionary, the tramp stamp is most common amongst women born between the late ’70s to the early ’90s. This fad tattoo quickly rose to fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Celebrities and middle-aged housewives alike… ladies were rushing to the tattoo shop for the newest fad. The most common tramp stamp tattoos are a butterfly, flower, wings, or tribal design.
Tramp Stamps & Sex
Picture this. You meet a hot girl at the bar and hit it off. After a few drinks, you’re invited back to her place. Once in her bedroom, you start making out and undressing each other. Before you know it, you lick her pussy, she sucks your dick, and then you’re ready to enter her. You flip her over to slide in doggy style and BOOM! You see it. A tramp stamp. What do you do? Is it a turn off? Do you cover it with your hand and fuck her anyway? Or do you even care? My guess is that most men wouldn’t think twice and would carry on with the sex-capade. Hell, once you’re ready to blow your load, maybe you use the tramp stamp like a bullseye and let your streams of spunk land on her tat.
What does a tramp stamp mean in 2021? Well, that’s hard to say. It’s not nearly as requested as it was a couple of decades ago. The peak of the tramp stamp fad was 30+ years ago. A majority of women who got this sexually-charged tat would be in their 40’s now! We asked Marianna Soto how she felt about the symbol on her lower-back. She tells us the story of how she got her tramp stamp tattoo. She says, “I was a sophomore in college, at an away football game for the weekend. I went with a few classmates and we all wanted a sexy tramp stamp tattoo. Ya know, everyone was raving about it.” She goes on to say “I couldn’t wait to show off my new tattoo with a pair of low-rise jeans & mini crop top. Fashion was something in the ’90s! I had my eye on a frat guy, who was also a friend. You could say I was working my way out of the friend-zone. It didn’t take long for him to notice and he was definitely a fan… of my body and my tattoo!” Now that she’s older and also a wife and mother (clearly a MILF)… she told us she doesn’t regret it! She feels like she was living her life to the full extent. She made lasting memories that night and as time went on, she ultimately chose to keep her tat as a reminder of those vibrant, younger days.
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